G-Core Labs opens its first PoP in China



Hong Kong, China

The company’s servers are located in a Tier III class data centre, with the company providing 5 TB of traffic for free for each dedicated server.

Cloud and edge solutions provider G-Core Labs has opened its first point of presence in Hong Kong, China in the economic centre of the Celestial Empire.

G-Core Labs servers are located in a certified Tier III class data centre. The company provides 5 TB of traffic for free for each dedicated server.

“By opening a point of presence in Hong Kong, one of the world’s economic capitals, we want to provide companies of all sectors, including retail, media, video games, finance, insurance or cloud services, with premium experience in ensuring the stable and uninterrupted operation of their online resources and IT infrastructure, as well as the ability to deliver even the heaviest content to customers and audiences in millisecond,” said Dmitry Samoshkin, G-Core Labs vice president of products.

“We believe that our new location will be in demand both in China, the world’s largest online community, and among Asian, European and American companies seeking to work effectively in the local and regional markets.”


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The dedicated servers of the company provide free access to their IPMI (intelligent platform management interface) to solve issues with hosting in a remote format even in case of an emergency.

G-Core Labs virtual server is based on KVM virtualization technology. The company’s CDN supports necessary protocols, including HTTP/2 (by default), SSL and IPv6, and also provides flexible system configuration options.

The global architecture of G-Core Labs content delivery network, located on five continents, was created by specialists on high-load systems, according to the company.

It includes more than 60 points of presence, 5000+ peering partners, 300+ cash servers and the total network capacity is 10+ Tbit/sec.

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